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The news is advanced by the Financial Times, which indicates that the sale of luxury unit of Nokia mobile phones is about to be sold to Permira, the British group.
According to Reuters, citing the Financial Times, the deal is nearing completion, with values of around 200 million euros.
Vertu is a unit of luxury mobile phones of Nokia, which makes mobile phones to order which can cost around 200,000 pounds, about 245 000 euros. Now with the crisis of financial results, the loss of market leadership in mobile phones and cut rating, leading to Nokia to rush the sale, which was announced in December.
There was another company interested, the EQT who despite having no interest shown great progress in the talks, while Permira in front.
The group Permira already owns some brands such as Hugo Boss and Valentino. However, neither company commented on this news.